Jakarta Commons are easily reusable components that can quickly be put to good use in any server-side Java development undertaking. In fact, components are not big applications, but sleek code bits that perform specific tasks very well. This book provides much-needed documentation and usage information about the popular sub-projects forming Jakarta Commonsso that you can efficiently incorporate them into Java applications.
Jakarta Commons have potential to extend the core functionality of the Java language (the Lang sub-project), and they can provide a Validation framework (Validator) and a database connection pool (Pool). Jakarta Commons can even manipulate XML and JavaBeans in a more intuitive and pragmatic fashion.
Chapter 1 Introducing Jakarta Commons: The Uncommon Commons Chapter 2 Using the Lang Component Chapter 3 Using the Logging Component Chapter 4 Using the Validator Component Chapter 5 Using the BeanUtils Component
Chapter 6 Implementing Pooling Chapter 7 Using the Digester Component
Chapter 8 Using Collections and Primitives Chapter 9 Using HttpClient and FileUpload Chapter 10 Using the Net Component Chapter 11 Using Other Commons Components
Number Of Pages: 229
Published: 11th March 2004
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 18.54 x 24.0
Weight (kg): 0.44